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    Mouse, Rat

    Touch sensitivity is traditionally tested with Von Frey filaments, which is a tedious and experimenter-dependent assay.

    The Dynamic Plantar Aesthesiometer is a unique system, which fully automates the amount of force applied by an electromagnetic, silent motor exerting from 0 to 100 grams at a rate adjustable from 0 to 50 seconds.

    When the animal responds, by withdrawing its...

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    Mouse
    The mouse can freely move in the circular external lane base on his thermal preferences

    Records and analyses thermal preference phenotyping in mice, according to Zimmermann's method. For neuropathic pain studies, temperature sensitivity and insensitivity assessment, always with the animal freely moving and with no user’s intervention.

    Novel circular design. Addresses limitations associated with classic devices. Cost effective. Reproducible data.

    Animal
    Mouse, Rat

    Touch sensitivity in unrestrained animals is traditionally tested with Von Frey filaments, which is a tedious and experimenter-dependent assay.

    The Electronic Von Frey system solves the multiple measurement (i.e. multiple filaments) issue and the experimenter bias by using a hand-held force sensor with a rigid metal. The scientist gradually increases the force applied to the animal...

  • Animal
    Mouse, Rat
    Thermal Place Preference - complete system

    Identifies temperature sensitivity and nociceptive pain thresholds. For pathophysiological exploration of animal pain models and pharmacological assessment of analgesic drugs. Often called the Two-Temperature Choice Test.

    Easy touch screen controls for setting up and monitoring tests. Fast data portability. Fixed or ramp temperatures for dynamic experiments.

    Animal
    Mouse, Rat

    Provides simple, reliable and precise calibration for Ugo Basile Plantar Test & Tail Flick and other infrared (I.R.) analgesia meters.

    Animal
    Mouse, Rat

    Used to measure the paw withdrawal reflex when the mouse or rat paw is unexpectedly touched. For evaluating mechanical allodynia and cutaneous sensation levels. Popular non-invasive technique.

    Aesthesio® set of 20 monofilaments based on the Semmes Weinstein monofilament set. An ascending series of increasingly stiff filaments (from 0.008 to 300 grams). Features retractable head to...

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    Mouse, Rat

    The hot cold plate test has been the gold standard test for thermal pain tests in rodents for decades. Through the years the devices have been improving and the techniques have become more sophisticated, adding to constant temperature methods also other ones.

    The Ugo Basile Hot/Cold plate test includes all the latest technologies necessary to run constant temperature, linear ramping...

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